Michigan State signee Gary Harris landed at No. 25 in Rivals.com's final rankings of the class of 2012, while future Michigan forward Glenn Robinson III was the highest rated incoming Big Ten prospect.
Harris, who was just named Indiana's Mr. Basketball last week, is joined on the Rivals150 list by fellow future Spartans Denzel Valentine (No. 81), Matt Costello (No. 83) and Kenny Kaminski (No. 113).
Harris edged out Indiana recruit Kevin "Yogi" Ferrell for his Mr. Basketball award.
Ferrell, a point guard, is No. 19 on the list and is part of a Hoosiers recruiting class that also includes forwards Jeremy Hollowell (No. 41), Hanner Perea (No. 43) and guard Ron Patterson (No. 131).
Rivals.com puts Wolverines recruit Robinson III at No. 11 overall -- the highest among any Big Ten commits -- and as a five-star recruit.
He's part of a recruiting class that also includes center Mitch McGary (No. 30), who at one time also was considered a five-star prospect.
Michigan's Nick Stauskas (No. 71) also made the list.
Currently, Rivals has Michigan with the fifth best recruiting class in the nation. Michigan State is 12th.
Unsigned players Shabazz Muhammad and Nerlens Noel are No. 1 and No. 2, respectively, on Rivals' list. Muhammad will choose between UCLA, Kentucky and Duke tonight, while Noel's choices are down to Georgetown, Kentucky and Syracuse.